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App. 1.1.  An Act to Update the Charter of the Town of Cary.
   (a)   The purpose of this act is to revise the Charter of the Town of Cary and to consolidate herein certain acts concerning the property, affairs, and government of the Town.
   (b)   The following acts or portions of acts, having served the purposes for which they were enacted, or having been consolidated into this act, are hereby repealed:
      Chapter 868 of the 1971 Session Laws
      Chapter 173 of the 1973 Session Laws
      Chapter 357 of the 1973 Session Laws
      Chapter 816 of the 1977 Session Laws
      Chapter 51 of the 1985 Session Laws
      Chapter 801 of the 1987 Session Laws
      Chapter 511 of the 1989 Session Laws
      Chapter 874 of the 1989 Session Laws
      Section 3 of S.L. 2001-485.
   (c)   The following acts are not affected by this act:
      Chapter 1275, Session Laws of 1979 (removal of areas from the corporate limits)
      Chapter 279, Session Laws of 1989 (closing streets in ETJ)
      Chapter 27, Session Laws of 1993 (removal of areas from the corporate limits and addition of areas to the corporate limits)
      Chapter 137, Session Laws of 1993 (acquisition of street right-of-way outside the corporate limits)
      Chapter 325, Session Laws of 1993 (motor vehicle tax)
      S.L. 1998-192 (Swift Creek Management Plan)
      S.L. 2000-108 (removal, replacement, and preservation of trees and shrubs)
      S.L. 2001-191 (clear-cutting of trees in buffer zones, protection of specimen trees)
      S.L. 2001-245 (expending funds on roads outside the corporate limits)
      S.L. 2003-74 (acquisition of property for utilities)
      S.L. 2001-286 (red-light cameras)
      S.L. 2005-41 (reimbursement agreements).
   (d)   No provision of this act is intended, nor shall be construed, to affect in any way any rights or interests (whether public or private):
   (1)   Now vested or accrued, in whole or in part, the validity of which might be sustained or preserved by reference to any provisions of law repealed by this act.
   (2)   Derived from, or which might be sustained or preserved in reliance upon, action heretofore taken pursuant to or within the scope of any provisions of law repealed by this act.
   (e)   No law heretofore repealed expressly or by implication, and no law granting authority which has been exhausted, shall be revived by:
   (1)   The repeal herein of any act repealing such law, or
   (2)   Any provision of this act that disclaims an intention to repeal or affect enumerated or designated laws.
   (f)   All existing ordinances and resolutions of the Town of Cary and all existing rules or regulations of departments or agencies of the Town of Cary not inconsistent with the provisions of this act shall continue in full force and effect until repealed, modified, or amended.
   (g)   No action or proceeding of any nature (whether civil or criminal, judicial or administrative, or otherwise) pending at the effective date of this act by or against the Town of Cary or any of its departments or agencies shall be abated or otherwise affected by the adoption of this act.
   (h)   If any part of this act or the application thereof to any person or circumstance is held to be invalid, such invalidity shall not affect other provisions or applications of this act which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and to this end the provisions of this act are declared to be severable.
   (i)   Whenever a reference is made in this act to a particular provision of the General Statutes and such provision is later amended, repealed, or superseded, the reference shall be deemed amended to refer to the amended General Statute or to the General Statute that most nearly corresponds to the statutory provision amended, repealed, or superseded.
   (j)   This act is effective when it becomes law.
(N.C.S.L. Ch. 2005-117, §§ 2 – 11)